about eaarthbones jewelry
Eaarthbones Jewelry was born in 2015 from a love of crystals and self-discovery. Having been trained in photography, Rachel turned to a new artistry of handmade wall hangings and jewelry. What started as a self-taught talent, soon blossomed into a brand followed world wide.
Inspired by the beauty of our Earth, stories, and connection, Rachel seeks to highlight the power of the natural, of the magical, and everything in between. Rachel believes that crystals and gemstones are the energizers of our universe and the bones of our existence. Because we are such unique beings, one might require a different energy from another. The second 'a' in Eaarthbones symbolizes our earth that is not the same as the land we had years ago, but that we must treat with respect.
Eaarthbones Jewelry works solely with small, ethically-sourced American businesses. Each crystal and material used in our pieces is thouroughly researched and use ethical practices. Labradorite, Herkimer diamond, and raw opal are just a few of the precious minerals Rachel works with, enhancing their beauty with the use of 14k gold and sterling silver filled metal. With each order, Eaarthbones plants a tree in the Appalachian Mountains Mountains with One Tree Planted.
Eaarthbones Jewelry has been featured in international publications such as Tatler and Baltimore Magazine, and sold in stores across the country.